|Directed by:||Daniel Barber|
|Written by:||Gary Young|
|Cast:||Michael Caine, Emily Mortimer|
|Studio:||Samuel Goldwyn Films|
I really liked it! Michael Caine is a bad @ss gangster in this as a man fed up with the violence in his neighborhood and takes matters into his own hands when people close to him become victimes of senseless acts. When the violence hits it hits hard that it sometimes becomes unbearable and gutwrenching to the point when Harry Brown gets revenge in the most hardcore way possiple you can't help but to cheer and root for him. The acting was great and you believed in every character and man was it tense and suspenseful, it grabs you and doesn't let go as you are pinned to the edge of your seat in shock and the gritty and suffocating atmosphere is just the cherry on top. Some people are saying that it has a slow build up and even if it does I really never noticed because I was so into the nailbitting story that it never bore me and it's the best dvd that I rented in a long time. Overall if you like movies like The Brave One, Man On Fire, Eden Lake, Fish Tank and Death Sentence you'll definitely love this one. Highly recommended! More of a 4.5 out of 5 stars.